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So, I recently got back from Wales Llangollen Musical Festival! Our group won two world titles, 3rd in the world in dance and 2nd in the world in showcase. When I got home I decided to treat my self to Tanya Burr’s new cookbook ‘Tanya Bakes’, I bought it on amazon as there was a…

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What am I to do with all of this spare time in the mornings aside from housework? Bake of course! It’s been so quiet around here that the clanging and banging of baking trays has been a welcomed noise over these last few days. I made this beaut of a caramel slice (recipe from the…

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I wanted to share with you some little tips on how you can accessorise your cakes beyond sprinkles and silver balls. In fact, with a little time and imagination, you can really create beautiful customised toppers for cakes and cupcakes at a fraction of the cost of buying them at the shops. I recently made…

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I recently met a new friend who’s transitioning to a vegan diet and is getting married in August. Her Mom is coming to Korea for the wedding but she’s celiac, so she asked me about the possibility of making a small cake so that both of them could enjoy some on the wedding day! The…

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One of the reasons why I love to bake, is sometimes you never know what you are going to end up with. It can be frustrating, especially when you have recipes fails after fails, but the one recipe that works out is the one that makes you remember why its worth it. When you create…

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Who doesn’t love a little cake for a snack? Especially one made with chocolate and coffee. They’re dangerously easy to make. You can make them in this mini springform pan, or in a regular muffin-size pan for a slightly larger snack. You can top them with all manner of things.  I like fresh fruit, nuts…

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These pb&j cookies brought me back to my childhood. Filled with all natural whole foods, gluten free and dairy free. These cookies are the perfect snack to keep you satiated throughout your morning or afternoon. Filled with healthy fats, and complex carbs to keep you full and tackle your sweet tooth while providing a nutrient…

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This recipe was one I had been eyeing for a while from the beautiful blog Love Comma Cake, by New York–based food writer, recipe developer, and food stylist Samantha Seneviratne. There are a lot of ingredients in this one, but it’s worth every effort once you smell the deliciousness of fresh sticky gingerbread wafting through…

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This wee brownie has the perfect amount of sweetness, chocolatey-ness and fudge-ness and out of the mouth of Miss I- “It makes your tummy happy!”. So, what are you waiting for? Lets get cracking. What you’ll need – 30g cacao powder or cocoa powder if you have that on hand – 220g homemade or unsweetened…

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We are huge pizza lovers in our house. HUGE. Over the years, my wife has tried various pizza dough recipes – her tried and true recipe a basic everyday one by Jamie Oliver which you can find here. This year, she upped her game a notch and started experimenting with sourdough pizza using the leftover…

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Hi! This is my first post here so I wanted to start with the bread I make every week. This is the foundation bread of my baking, the bread we eat for breakfast every day and forms the basis of almost all other sour dough breads I bake.  The original recipe comes from a Swedish…

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After our almost three week jaunt in Oz eating a diet of burgers, fish and chips, and pies/sausage rolls (mostly the kids’ desires!). I needed to chill right down and get some veggies back into our souls. That and Asian food. I made this soup last Monday and this is now a new favourite again.…